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A Happy Parent Makes A Happy Child

That is so easy to say but at some points in life, it’s not possible — or at least not easy — to feel happy. However, even at those times it is possible to feel happier. By taking whatever steps you can manage to give yourself a happiness boost, you give yourself a deeper reservoir to […]

February 24th, 2017|Adult, General|

How do I Exercise My Brain?

Everyone wants to be sharp, alert and with brainpower that is available on command. The brain is just like every other part of your body – if you don’t exercise it, it gets out of shape. Many people believe that there are forms of exercise that you can do, and there are!

Interactive Metronome is one […]

March 4th, 2014|General|

Early Intervention and School Readiness

Starting school for the first time can be an overwhelming experience for a child. Many children are not sure how to behave, don’t know how to concentrate or pay attention and many may even appear to act out or seem unable to absorb the lessons being presented to them. If your child is reaching school […]

February 24th, 2014|General|

Brain Exercise for Positive Developmental Change!

Have you ever heard the saying that “timing is everything”? Well, it’s true! Timing is very important in our daily lives. It is important for work and for play. When it comes to sports men and women and even bodybuilders, time and actual exercise (practice) play very important roles.

If you want to improve on strength […]

November 6th, 2013|General|

Take the Guesswork Out of ADD and ADHD with Interactive Metronome

As a parent, having a child with ADD or ADHD can be a scary concept. You may not understand what either really is, or you might not know how to handle it. There are many who think that children with ADD or ADHD are “sufferers” and this does not need to be the case.

As with […]

October 6th, 2013|General|

Say NO to Losing Your Balance When Growing Old

Are you getting older and frustrated at how easy it is becoming to lose your balance and footing? If you find that you lose your balance more frequently these days, don’t fret too much! This is a common problem and you are certainly not alone. More importantly – there are ways in which to combat […]

September 6th, 2013|General|

Learning to Read With Dyslexia

Do you feel panicked at the idea of your child potentially suffering from Dyslexia? Don’t worry if you do – you are not alone. Parents all around the world are faced with the same fears and these fears are generally as a result of not actually understanding the disorder. Dyslexia, despite popular misinformation, is not […]

August 6th, 2013|General|

Improving your child’s confidence and self-esteem

Nothing can be more heart breaking than realising that your child has low self-esteem or is lacking confidence. Unfortunately many parents have to watch this and it can have quite a negative impact on your child’s life. If you are reading this blog then chances are that you have decided that the time to act […]

July 11th, 2013|General|

Regaining executive function after a stroke

You have recently had a stroke and the after effects are worrying you! What do you do? What type of recovery period are you faced with? All the questions and concerns can be overwhelming, but we are here to tell you to take a breath and realise that your recovery has already started and there […]

June 6th, 2013|General|

Dyspraxia – improve motor-skills and co-ordination

Understanding Dyspraxia can be tough if you have never been faced with it before. A person who has Dyspraxia will have the following problems to contend with:

General movement
Co-ordination
Thought process
Judgement
Some cognitive skills
Memory

People who have this disorder are referred to as having Motor Learning Difficulties / Motor Skills Disorder as this is precisely what the problem is. […]

May 6th, 2013|General|